Our 5 Fave Los Angeles Weekend Freebies (July 27-28) Published April 9, 2019 By Christina Elston Salsa, skateboarding, sharks, football and family art are front and center in our top freebies for this weekend. The 26th Annual Oxnard Salsa Festival takes place from 11 a.m.-7 p.m. Saturday and Sunday in Plaza Park. This annual event features spicy foods and sizzling entertainment, with highlights including live salsa bands, salsa dance lessons, a salsa recipe challenge and a kids zone. On Sunday, there will be a “Dancing with Our Community Stars” competition. Saturday also kicks off the Bones Love Milk Skateboard Experience at “Bones Love Milk Shredquarters” on PCH in Huntington Beach. Open from 11 a.m.-5 p.m. daily through Aug. 4, this immersive, pop-up skatepark experience (sponsored by the California Milk Processor Board) boasts daily open skate sessions, pro tutorials, and a skate gallery. This weekend, there will be live streaming of the Street League Tournament. Cabrillio Marine Aquarium in San Pedro launches eight days of fun Saturday during CMA’s Shark Week. From noon-5 p.m. daily, the aquarium will host special attractions, educational programs and hands-on activities celebrating this fascinating fish. Learn about shark facts and myths near the sand. The L.A. Rams are planning tons of family fun during their Training Camp at UC Irvine’s Crawford Field. Daily activities from 2-4 p.m. Saturday through Tuesday include photos and autographs with Rams legends and select current players, face-painting, balloon animals, inflatables and “The Dream Continues” exhibit featuring the NFC Championship Trophy. Parents or guardians may sign up kids ages 5-14 for a chance to be selected for the Rams Rookies program or for post-practice autographs. A Main Stage features entertainment, trivia and interviews. Saturday is the Kickoff Festival and Sunday is Vamos Rams Day. The fun continues Aug. 2-3. Discover the dynamic colors and lines featured on Australian bark paintings at Fowler Families: Exploring Australian Bark Painting from 1-4 p.m. Sunday at the Fowler Museum in Westwood. Check out the museum’s permanent “Intersections” exhibit, then create your own bark-painting design using materials reminiscent of these special pieces.